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McCullough Blames Gay People for Russian Invasion of Ukraine

Why did Putin send troops into Crimea? Is it because he has clear strategic and financial interests in the territory? Of course not. It’s because Obama wears mom jeans. And of course, because we don’t hate gay people and oppress them as much as Russia. That’s why Putin invaded, says Kevin McCullough:

Drag shows caused Putin’s invasion. I’m sure we’ll be hearing any minute now that it’s really because of voter fraud or corporate tax rates.

Comments

  1. raven says

    Despite fundies hatred of the world “evolution”, their all important worldview evolves and quite rapidly.

    These days the controlling force in the universe are…gay people. They are magic and can do anything.

    Followed by satan who rules the earth.

    Then their god who doesn’t do anything and might be sick, dead, or on Kpax IV, communing with his squids. He did learn from his mistakes with earth and their Tree of Knowledge is on Kpax IX, 5 planets further out.

  2. sigurd jorsalfar says

    And it wasn’t just tolerance of gays that led Putin to invade Ukraine, it was American tolerance of gays that led to this. Is the Ukraine tolerant of gays? Who knows, who cares.

    Seems to me America should consider itself God-blessed that other countries get invaded for America’s sins while America is left untouched. U-S-A! U-S-A!

  3. grumpyoldfart says

    “And we’re having drag shows — on our bases!”

    I thought that was standard procedure for all armies, in all countries, in all history.

    Female impersonators have always been a big hit with the troops.

  4. thalwen says

    I love being a lesbian – it’s like being a super-villain – I cause wars, earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes. I devastate economies and destroy countries by merely existing.

  5. cptdoom says

    @8 MO – your logic is killing me. It’s like so profound.

    @12 thalwen – so you’re the cause of all our problems. Damn you!!!!!!

  6. tbrandt says

    Why did Putin send troops into Crimea? Is it because he has clear strategic and financial interests in the territory?

    Actually, I think it’s simply nationalism and Soviet nostalgia. Russia’s economy is already a mess and will surely take a beating from sanctions, the fear that war engenders, and the cost of occupying a territory with a large minority (the Tatars) that don’t like you. Imperialism is expensive these days, and Russia’s economy, smaller than Germany’s and incredibly reliant on oil and gas exports, isn’t up to the task.

  7. StevoR : Free West Papua, free Tibet, let the Chagossians return! says

    “Sissification”” isn’t an insulty but a factual term!

    (20 seconds mark.) Hah! Really?!? I think that just about says it all when it comes to this fools grasp of “fact” and reality.

  8. Nick Gotts says

    Is the Ukraine tolerant of gays? – sigurd jorsalfar

    No. A law similar to that in Russia, banning “homosexual propaganda” got initial Parliamentary approval in October 2012, but I can’t discover whether it became law.

  9. dingojack says

    Psst Vlad – guess who we’ve just sent to Britain?
    (And didn’t the last direct Anglo-Russian War work out well)?
    Dingo

  10. Nick Gotts says

    Russia’s economy is already a mess and will surely take a beating from sanctions – tbrandt@14

    I can’t see any serious sanctions being imposed. Much of Europe depends on Russian gas (although less so than 10 years ago), and an unofficially photographed UK document reveals that the UK government isn’t willing to risk financial consequences (Russian oligarchs channel a lot of money through London). For that matter, if the new regime in Ukraine can’t even be bothered to boycott the Sochi Paralympics, it’s a bit much to expect other countries to take an economic hit on its behalf. Uncertainty tends to raise oil and gas prices, so at least in the short term, Russia may actually benefit economically.

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